As noted in many of our previous blogs, changes are coming in the 401(k) world. As a plan sponsor, you should be aware of these changes and be communicating them to the plan participants. Over communicating is always better than … read more
Participants of a plan have the right to certain plan disclosures in order to keep them informed about plan operations and give them a chance to make informed decisions with respect to their accounts. These disclosures should not only be … read more
If you have hired an investment consultant to assist your plan participants in choosing the funds offered in your 401(k) plan, you probably feel comfortable with your investment options, even more so if you periodically replace poor performing funds with … read more
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